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Headlines of Interest

Below are press releases from companys with preferred stock or baby bonds outstanding – or just of general interest. News is very light at this time, but earnings season starts in just a week.


Costamare Inc. Declares Quarterly Dividend on its Preferred and Common Stock

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Bank OZK Announces Increase to Quarterly Common Stock Dividend and Announces Preferred Stock Dividend

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ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc. Confirms July 2023 Common Share and Series C Preferred Share Dividends

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Regional Health Properties, Inc. Announces Final Results and Closing of Exchange Offer


Alta Equipment Group Announces Preferred Stock Dividend

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American Financial Group and American International Group Announce Completion of AFG’s Purchase of Crop Risk Services from AIG

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XAI Octagon Floating Rate & Alternative Income Term Trust Declares its Monthly Common Shares Distribution and Quarterly Preferred Shares Dividend

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Popular, Inc. Declares Dividend on Preferred Stock and Announces Distribution on Trust Preferred Securities

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Hudson Pacific Properties Announces Dates for Second Quarter Earnings Release and Conference Call

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American Financial Group, Inc. Declares Quarterly Dividend

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Ellington Financial and Great Ajax Corp. Announce Definitive Merger Agreement

One thought on “Headlines of Interest”

  1. Just reading the OZK headline, raising your dividend is definitely a sign management has faith in their operating model.
    A bunch of TBTF banks report on Friday, July 21…. And there is probably going to be carnage in their auto loan portfolio as well as their Commercial Real Estate Portfolio.
    Of the non-TBTF banks, which banks besides PACW have suspended preferred dividends? Western Alliance was on the ropes for a while, but the danger seems to have passed for them.

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